Surfers Paradise has always been renowned for its stunning beaches & Vegas-like nightlife, however, over the last couple of years the food scene has been growing and is looking better than ever. Following this trend, a number of Surfers Paradise cafes can be seem among the traditional Surfers shops and sky high resorts. These are our 5 must visit cafes in Surfers Paradise.
Australian coffee culture is recognised worldwide for its quality and knowledge. One of the greatest challenges when leaving for holidays is to be away from our favourite, go-to coffee from our hometown. Lucky for us, the high standards set by the cafes on the Gold Coast make the experience of getting your daily caffeine fix in Surfers an awesome thing to do.
Having that in mind, if you are looking to experience some of the best coffee Gold Coast has to offer, next time you are visiting Surfers Paradise, be sure to check out one (or all) of the following 5 must visit cafes in Surfers Paradise:
Located just outside the ever-popular Mantra Circle on Cavill resort, this small, yet always busy café serves one of the best cups of coffee in Surfers Paradise as well as an array of breakfast, brunch & delicious home-made sweets.
A short 5-minute walk from Surfers Paradise Centre and G-link Gold Coast light rail station, lies this quaint little house – turned – café which overlooks onto the river. Bumbles serves an array of house-made cakes, pastries & their breakfast item “Benedict Duo” is rated among the best Gold Coast’s Breakfast’ – A Must Try!
Be sure to check out Gold Coast’s only cat café! Located between the Towers of Chevron Renaissance and Hilton Surfers Paradise, the Crazy Cat Café is ideal for those looking to enjoy an array of drinks while patting all the friendly cats & kittens that live in this funky café.
Located in the vibrant new dining centre – The 4217, Paradox Coffee Roasters has quickly built up a reputation with locals & tourists alike for the best coffee & brunch in town. They are passionate about coffee and sell an array of different roasts, blends (including wholesale), while also offering monthly coffee-making classes for the true coffee connoisseur.
Located opposite the beautiful beaches, and a 3 minute walking from Soul Surfers Paradise, Surfers Sandbar is open for breakfast, lunch & dinner and has something to please everyone. The menu is inspired by fresh produce and the décor has a Balinese feel – pop in for a snack, cocktail or main meal while enjoying the amazing beach front location.
One thing all those cafes have in common is their convenient and easy access locations, make sure to check our range of high quality Gold Coast holiday rentals available and book your accommodation for your next visit.